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March 16, 1984 - Image 38

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1984-03-16

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38 - Friday, March

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Maryland Synagogue Sues Eight Vandals

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A Silver Spring Conserva-
tive synagogue that was de-
faced by anti-Semitic slo-
gans in November 1982,
filed a class action suit in
U.S. District Court in Bal-
timore against eight men
alleged to be responsible for
the desecration.
The suit seeks $3,000 to
cover the cost of removing
the red anti-Semitic graffiti
which was spray-painted on
the outside walls of Shaare
Tefila synagogue. It also
seeks monetary damages
for emotional distress and
punitive damages.
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The incident created
widespread community
reaction in Montgomery
County, a suburb of Wash-
ington, after the congrega-
tion decided to leave the
graffiti on the walls for a
week. It included anti-
Semitic slogans such as
"death to the Jude," "Take a
shower Jew" as well as
swastikas; skulls and
crossbones, a burning cross
and a Nazi eagle.

Rep. Michael Barnes
(D-Md.), in whose district
the synagogue is located,
said at a press confer-
ence, "The suit will edu-
cate the public that these
acts involve more than
just property damage;
people and communities
suffer. The lawsuit will
send a clear message that
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dants in the Maryland con-
gregation's suit, Michael
Remmer and William Har-
ris, were found guilty last
year of destruction of prop-
erty. Remmer received the
maximum three-year sen-
tence and Harris, who
pleaded guilty and testified
against Remmer, received a
four-month sentence.
A third defendant,
John Cobb, received a
six-month prison sen-
tence for painting a swas-
tika. on a car near the
synagogue on the eve-
ning of the desecration.
Two others named in the
suit, Joseph Hunt Jr., and
Dominic Queen, were con-
victed of stealing a van from
a hardware store on the
same evening and were
placed on probation.
Charges against another
defendant, Thomas Heine,
were dropped for lack of evi-
dence.
No charges were brought
against the last two men
named in the congregation
suit, William Hess and
Raymond Jordan. But the
civil suit alleges that they
participated in the desecra-
tion.

Officials Deny
Prior Knowledge
on Temple Mount

TEL AVIV (JTA) — The
Interior Minister, the
Minister of Police and
senior police officers refuted
a story in Maariv last week
claiming that police knowl-
edge of the four men now ac-
cused of planning- to cause
harm to the temple Mount
area and its Moslem Mos-
ques had been "suppressed"
and continued investiga-
tions halted by "orders from
on high."
The paper said it had been
informed of the "police in-
telligence" and the start of
investigations a year ago,
including surveillance of
the Lifta homes of the men
now detained, by a "senior
police intelligence source."
The source was unnamed
and the identity of the
"higher up," presumably on
the political level, was not
disclosed.

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Irvin Shappel, head of the
Jewish Advocacy Center
which is representing the
congregation in the suit,
told the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency that the "historic"
legal action will also serve
as a warning that individu-
als who commit such acts
and those who help them or
encourage them will be held
legally responsible. It will
also demonstrate to other
victims of similar incidents
that rather than ignore
them, it is necessary to in-
volve the community and
the legal system," he said.
Shappel's organization,
which was founded to coun-
terattack anti-Semitic inci-
dents, last year filed a $6
million suit against three
individuals in Kings Point,
Long Island, N.Y. who were
"terrorizing" a Jewish fam-
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Purim, a happy holiday is
here
And childhood memories
make it very dear.
As we recall, Sunday school
plays were a tradition
How we kids would flock for
an audition.
There was beautiful Queen
Esther with her crown of
gold
So tall and regal, a sight to
behold.
Then there was Haman, that
treacherous man
Everyone rejoiced to see him
hang.
So, as these holidays come
by
We find a tear in our eye,
As we recall our childhood

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